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What are the phases of the mitosis?
1.Interphase 2.Prophase 3.Metaphase 3.Anaphase
4.Telephase
What does interphase do?
It is the longest phase of the cell cycle. cells frowand functions ,organells dupilcate. Cells grow and prepare for mitosis. Dna wrapp around proteins in the shape of an x.Each side is a chromatid exact deplicate of each oother held together bye centromere
What does Prophse do?
Nucleolus and the nuclear membrane disenagrate. Centioles mive to the oppisite of the cell.Spindle appear and move toward the center of the cell.
What does Metaphase do?
Pairs of chromatids line up arcoss the center of the cell.The centromere attach to the spindle fibers,one from each side of the cell.
What does Anaphase do?
Centromere divide and spidle fibers shorten .The chromatids seperate and they move to the oppisite end of the cell. Separteted chromatids are now called Chromosomes.
What Does telephase do?
Nuclear membrane reforms.Spindle fibers dissapear and chromosomes uncoil.Cytoplasm seperates.Cell divison is complete.
What happenes to the Somatic cells?
A non sexual cells. have 2n pair of chromosomes.Diplod
A sexual reproduction?
New organisms from from organoal Organisms.Identical Dna. OCCURS in Mitosis.
What does Regenerarion mean?
new cells are refromed to repair parts of the origanal Orgamisms
What are the phases of the mitosis?
1.Interphase 2.Prophase 3.Metaphase 3.Anaphase
4.Telephase